1:57 PM Nov 6, 2014
To the Editor: Some people advocating against the Dewey Hill cross seem ignorant to Supreme Court precedent regarding the Establishment Clause of the Constitution.
1:32 PM Nov 5, 2014
To the Editor: Symbols are important. Our symbolic world is used as a vehicle for our concepts; they represent how we perceive our world.
1:00 PM Nov 5, 2014
To the Editor: First, I would like to thank the Tribune for their thorough and objective coverage of the “cross controversy.” I especially enjoyed Marie Havenga’s “GH cross history” (Oct. 22).
10:26 AM Nov 4, 2014
To the Editor: I really appreciate your service to the Grand Haven community, and I’m sorry you are caught in this no-win cross controversy.
4:15 PM Nov 3, 2014
To the Editor: Seems to me “city properties” (including Dewey Hill) are financed by local taxpayers as well as many, many local donors in the past.
1:02 PM Nov 3, 2014
To the Editor: I totally agree with James K. Greydanus’ letter to the editor (“Your Views,” Oct. 22).
2:28 PM Oct 31, 2014
To the Editor: It's said that any publicity is good publicity, but in the case of misunderstanding and misrepresentation, I would rather have no publicity.
3:30 PM Oct 31, 2014
To the Editor: To have the Coast Guard “anchor” and “Coast Guard City USA” words removed from Dewey Hill is wrong.
4:00 PM Oct 30, 2014
To the Editor: I am one citizen who is very much opposed to allowing any kind of advertising on Dewey Hill, whether it is a Christian cross or a Pepsi Cola sign.
4:01 PM Oct 29, 2014
To the Editor: I read with no surprise the lead article in the Tribune (Oct. 16) about the "debate" at Loutit District Library.